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Dog Areas in Lansdowne

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Landsdowne is a borough in Delaware County, Pennsylvania that's just six miles southwest of Philadelphia. More than 10,000 people live in Lansdowne, and many of them commute to bigger cities for work. Settled in the 1700s, Lansdowne prides itself on offering the best of the old and the new, with its rich history as well as all of the newer amenities that excite residents and visitors. It sits on just one square mile of land, but packed in that space are restaurants, schools, churches, shops, and other businesses. You'll enjoy raising your two- and four-legged family members in Lansdowne, and lucky for you and your pups, there are several dog parks just a short drive away!

Schuylkill River Park is a large community park located in the Fitler Square area of Philadelphia, and it's only five miles from Lansdowne. In addition to sports fields, a pool, trails, and playgrounds, there's also a dog park at Schuylkill River Park! The Schuylkill River Dog Park has big and small dog areas, and this well-maintained off-leash space is full of friendly dogs and their owners. There are doggy water fountains in the park, as well as waste bags and seating. Your pet can also visit other areas of the park with you when they're on a leash. This is just one of several pawesome off-leash parks near Lansdowne that you and your dog will fall in love with!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Lansdowne

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    Population Density 5,946/sq mi

    #1 Montgomery Township

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    The Montgomery Township Bark Park is less than 30 miles north of Lansdowne, in northeastern North Wales, Pennsylvania. This bark park has separate sections for big and small dogs, and both sections have double-gated entryways as an added security measure. Some of the park's other features include obstacle courses, seating, a statue, plenty of trees, and toys for dogs to chase. The dog park is ruffly one acre, and it feels like a secluded getaway where you can enjoy spending time with your dog away from the bustle of the big city. This dog park is free to use, and water and waste disposal items are provided.
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    Population Density 4,126/sq mi

    #2 Talleys Corner

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    Wilmington, Delaware is about 20 miles southwest of Lansdowne, and in the northernmost area of town sits Talley Day Park. This public park has sports fields, barbecue and picnic facilities, playgrounds, and a dog park! The Talley Day Bark Park has big and small dog sections, and most of the surface consists of mulch, which makes it easier to clean up after your pets. There are water bowls and water fountains, waste disposal supplies, seating, and toys in this park. Throughout the rest of Talley Day Park, there are paved walking trails, and your dog can join you on those if they're on a leash.
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    Population Density 14,260/sq mi

    #3 Washington Square West

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    Seger Dog Run is less than seven miles east of Lansdowne in the Washington Square West area of Philadelphia. This 10,000 square foot space is open to dogs of all sizes, and the mulch surface helps keep the park clean and is easy on sensitive doggy feet. Receiving no funds from the city, Seger Dog Run relies entirely on donations, members, and sponsors. This park is well-maintained, and although not required, paying a yearly $50 membership fee is much appreciated and helps greatly with park maintenance. For your convenience, there's a water source for dogs in the park, as well as waste disposal supplies, seating, and a walking path.
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    Population Density 3,392/sq mi

    #4 Franklin Avenue

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    Phoenixville is a Pennsylvania borough of more than 16,000 people, and it's about 30 miles northwest of Lansdowne. In northern Phoenixville, you'll find the Reservoir Dogs Park. This volunteer-run park includes a section for dogs under 30 pounds, as well as a section for bigger dogs. Both sections have all sorts of trees and wooded areas your dog will love sniffing around in, and it feels more like you're exploring a forest rather than running around in an open field. You'll find waste disposal supplies, plenty of shade, and seating in the park.There are often water bowls left at the park, but be sure to bring your own just in case.
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    Population Density 1,782/sq mi

    #5 Park Drive

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    Just 15 miles across the border into Pennsauken Township, New Jersey, you'll find the Cooper River Pooch Park, which is part of the 346-acre Cooper River Park. In addition to the dog park, Cooper River Park has trails, tracks, sports fields, playgrounds, gardens, and much more. The Pooch Park includes a separate small dog area, and there are water fountains, benches, and waste disposal supplies in the off-leash park, too. Skippy can also check out the other areas of the park with you, including the paved trails, but they must be on a leash in all other areas of the park.
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